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George J.W. Goodman (1930–2014)

George J.W. Goodman was born on August 10, 1930 in Clayton, Missouri, USA as George Jerome Waldo Goodman. He was a writer, known for The Wheeler Dealers (1963), Wall Street: Where the Money Is (1966) and Adam Smith's Money World (1984). He was married to Sally Brophy and Sally Brophy. He died on January 3, 2014 in Miami, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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(age 83) in Miami, Florida, USA

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 1966 Wall Street: Where the Money Is (TV Movie documentary)
 1963 The Wheeler Dealers (novel) / (writer)
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 1984 Adam Smith's Money World (TV Series documentary)
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Other Works:

Author of "Bascombe, the Fastest Hound Alive," a children's book. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Jerry Goodman
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Personal Quote:

As my Texas friends say, 'Money ain't everything, but everything won't go out with you unless you've got it.'

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Goodman graduated magna cum laude from Harvard, then as a Rhodes scholar, he studied political economy at Oxford. He then served in the U.S. Army as an intelligence analyst in the mid-1950s, after which he wrote for Barron's, Time, Fortune and other magazines. See more »

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